Maple Lodge

Address: Castlebridge, Wexford, County Wexford, Ireland | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on Castlebridge, Wexford, is near Hook Lighthouse, Glebe Gardens and Gallery, Con Macken's, The Cape of Good Hope, and Selskar Abbey.
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    Travel Blogs from Wexford

    Cork to Wexford

    A travel blog entry by densue on Jun 19, 2015

    9 photos

    ... Australia.

    We meet a local specialist who takes us for a walking tour of the town and wharf where the tenders took the passengers out to the Titanic.

    It never actually came into the harbour as depicted in the movies, history, don't you love it.

    We had some free time here so had lunch in the Commodore Hotel over looking the port, yeah! and a pint.

    Onwards we hit the motorway and head ...

    Driving On The Left From Avoca to Waterford

    A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jun 08, 2015

    21 photos

    ... you a key to go unlock the Abbey! We wandered around for about an hour, admiring the stone work and flying buttresses! Then it was on to visit the Dunbrody Famine Ship Experience. It is a reproduction of an actual famine ship that would have sailed to say America, Canada, or Australia. You can either explore on your own or take a tour. Since we were pressed for time, we wandered. It was interesting to see the accommodations that would have ...

    Rosslare to Pembroke by Ferry.

    A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 27, 2014

    4 photos

    ... chap in the street, who had had one Guinness too many and "waxed lyrical" at us! The scenery, though not as dramatic as parts of Scotland, was still spectacular, especially around the south west peninsulas. We loved Blarney Castle and Cobh, Kilkenny and Dublin and many many more places. We were struck by the cleanliness in the villages, towns and in Dublin itself. The road-users would often stop to let us cross the roads ...

    It's a JKF Sort-Of Day

    A travel blog entry by goddessphoto on Sep 12, 2013

    2 photos

    ... hailed from. First was a tour of the famine ship called the Dunbrody. It was 6 Euros and I wasn't sure if it was worth it. There seemed to be a gift shop and then the ship. Was that it? Luckily Mom and Erin convinced me to pay up and we entered one of the most well executed exhibits I had ever awhile anyway. There was an audio/visual presentation then a little history told by Jason the tour guide, then we entered the ship. We were able to walk ...

    Blarney to Wexford

    A travel blog entry by carol53 on Jun 10, 2013

    2 comments, 18 photos

    Today was the day for Blarney Castle and we rocked up just after 9:00 when the castle opened to find that there were already two coaches in the carpark. We were not in a hurry but rain looked imminent and we wanted to see the castle and kiss the Blarney stone whilst dry preferably.

    The gardens surrounding the castle where pristine and colourful and you caught better glimpses of the castle through the trees the closer you got. The castle was very ...